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Child behaviour problems in Jamaican Schools

Preventing Behaviour Problems through a Universal Intervention in Jamaican Basic Schools

A pilot study of an evidence-based intervention to prevent child behaviour problems was conducted in Jamaican basic schools. Benefits of intervention were found in children’s conduct problems, hyperactivity and peer problems and in the quality of teacher-parent contacts.


Objective: To evaluate the effect of a preventative intervention in Jamaican basic schools on child behaviour and parent-teacher contacts.

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e-Published: 20 Sep, 2013
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